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before that trial. but his accusers want justice. >> either way we're going to get judge bolton to have his serve time in jail. >> reporter: if convicted sheriff joe will face up to six months in jail. the big question now if he's reelected would a conviction force him out of office? our lawyer says no. guys back to you. >> jason, thank you. new tonight we're hearing from the arpaio campaign. in part the obama department continues its efforts to influence the election for sheriff of maricopa county. a group of football parents in scotsdale looking for answers at a meeting tonight. the aia decideed the school would face charges. >> so the question is what is this practice for? noter dame prep does have one more regular season game this friday. but as it stands right now they
postseason. because of rules violation. one parent tells me he's worried that. long term serious problem at the highest level you're never going to be able to use it folks. he's talking about the high deductibles of obama care there. the talk of the campaign trail and much of the nation. premiums for its health care plans will go up in a big way next year. some of you may see your health care premiums double.
>> it's unaffordable. people won't be able to afford it. >> affordable health care not so affordable now. kevin anderson knew starting his own business was a risk. but he wasn't prepared for this. more than $1,900 a month to cover himself or his wife. if you're making more than $60,000 a year good news, you'll qualify for government subsidies that should cover a big chunk of your cost. but in cases like anderson, this is the price to pay for success. >> we worry about, about having a plan that will cover us in case we have a catastrophic illness or accident. and there's no guarantee that we'll have that now. >> insurance that is not buying peace of mind. aside from income, how much it will cost with age. a fairly healthy person goes to the doctor less than three times a year.
silver plan. my monthly cost$490. ouch. most will choose to pay the penalty instead of getting the insurance. >> if it's getting worse than it is now. many people will be without insurance. >> reporter: open enrollment begins next week. abc15 news. a key official in washington, d.c. is standing by obama care. the health and human services secretary telling people don't panic. >> one of the things that happened on midnight sunday was that window shopping went up. so people can start looking at pls of financial assistance that they can get and which plans might be best for them from an affordability and a quality perspective. >> silvia matthews burwell. the let joe know team also working on a story about obama care. that's coming up a little later in this newscast. back to the campaign trail now. and details about another high profile visit to the valley. we're learning more about
stop in tempe on thursday. they'll be campaigning for his father with the sun devil recreation center. the rally gets started at two clock. doors open at 1:15. as for jr.'s dad, he spent another day campaigning in florida. donald trump and hillary clinton spread out across the sunshine state tonight. rallying voters as a place that's seen as a must win state. >> i'm going to work as hard as i can between now and the close of the election next from today. >> in 14 days we're going to win the state of florida, we're going to win back the white house. tomorrow trump goes to washington, d.c. and north carolina. clinton remains in florida. a big assignment for an assistant u.s. attorney here in phoenix. he's now tasked with monitoring election oversight efforts across the entire state. todd ollison has been appointed to the role of district officer.
abuse. the justice department encourages people to come forward with their concerns. >> a lot of new information from the live desk about a deadly stabbing in glendale both the victim and suspected attacker have been identified. we're told kelly kerns and ferrell got into a fight overnight in a home near 63rd avenue and camel back. the victim died at the hospital, kerns is on the run. call glendale pd if you think you might know where he is. >> an arrest tonight in deal gone bad that ended up with two teens. the 18-year-old boy involved in this now behind bars. the two men out earlier this week in deer valley, they say the 15-year-old pulled out a gun and demanded drugs and cash. the two got into a fight. the gun went off. both were shot. and both survived. >> all new information in the live desk. police identifying the victim of a double homicide in phoenix. two bodies found with gunshot wounds yesterday in a wrecked car near 31st avenue and
that car had crashed near a block wall just outside a home. tonight we're learning the victim's name were ronny orozc o and manuel sanchez. a wild scene unfolding in downtown phoenix. it ended with the driver still on the run. two men were arguing with people outside a car in jefferson. then they started pounding on the hood of the car. cops say that's when the driver backed up then pulled forward hitting one of them. the driver took off and the man ed new information tonight about a burglary in tempe and the chase that followed. the man took off with louis vutton belts, shoes and bags
today's record. it also marked the 21st day in a row that we've been in the 90s this month. that's tied for the most ever recorded in the month of october for the city of phoenix. and many more 90s are in the forecast in the days ahead. so that record will be shattered by the end of the week. high pressure rebuilding as futurecast shows here and this is what's going to send temperatures soaring once again. we're going to get dangerously close to the triple digits which if we hit them will be the latest we've ever seen them there yet. but looks like we may have tied that record until we get to see a little bit of cooler air arrive. getting away from record territory by the end of the week. we'll talk more about what to expect through the week end. the changes coming to the high country too and the spots that could see rain in the seven day forecast coming up. from the live desk tonight. a major response to the horse attack. the reward to catch the suspect
wild horses along the salt river. two others were also struck. authorities believe it happened friday night around 6:00 the shooter may have been wearing black shorts and a green shirt. we've got a disturbing story, this guy accused of strangling his roommate stuffing his body in a suitcase then hosting a bar-be-que the very next day. keith white is behind bars on charges of second degree mu closet. it gets crazier. cops say a relative of the victim was at the bar-be-que the next day and white admitted to the killing. we're learning more tonight about a shooting in tucson. we first told you about this at noon. police say he pulled out a gun and shot at two officers. both officers returning fire the man hit multiple times and he is in critical condition. one of those officers was also
a mystery in mohabe county a man is hit and killed. they say it appears he was hit by a car. what they're not telling us is if that driver stayed at the scene or took off. a bottle of vodka, a pile of clothes and cleaning chemicals. that's what this man used to start a fire. brandon adkinson facing several charges. a man went into the apartment, and he told investigators he was angry and needed something to do. >> back at the live desk. another day of searching and st?eul -- still no luck in the man hunt. it's believed to be wielding an ak47. vance live streamed his escape on facebook live. two of the shooting victims died. the officers are recovering.
continues. but what about medical pot for veterans? we looked at the claim and a propot campaign. >> v.a. doctors are -- federal health care systems like the phoenix va system have to follow federal law. marijuana is still illegal. so v.a. doctors cannot recommend pot. but a medical marijuana which arizona voters approved in 2010 outside the v. a. so they rated the ad's claim true. to see the full research visit abc13.com. from the abc13 live desk looking at traffic trouble on the road tonight. the loop 202. you can see all of that backed up. those flashing lights here. adot not really giving us
not sure of any injuries or what's happening here. we will keep looking at it for you as your evening commute continues. >> something you don't expect to see online. the disturbing discovery on a street view camera and how police took action. >> just how much
did sunday night's tie hurt the cardinal's play off hopes. let's just say the cardinal's chances have dropped significantly. >> these seats will be backed the or generated for the cubs and
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a lot of years... but lately, he spends so much time on tv or in court defending himself that he's not doing his job. he failed to serve warrants for violent crimes. he didn't even investigate when children were molested. and lawsuits against him have cost taxpayers over one hundred forty two million dollars. we need a new sheriff whose top priority is keeping our community safe.
out what went wrong. pakistan's prime minister rushing to the scene of that deadly attack at a police academy. more than 60 people killed. as militants forced their way into the training facility. cadets running from gunfire and explosions some even seen jumping from windows and rooftops. community forces shot and killed two. this next story is a graphic one. those maps you can pull up online from bing revealing something deadly. a street view came a homicide victim lying on the ground. this is at the street corner. police got word about the images yesterday they've since been removed from the site. >> inevitably you're going to capture something in the mills and millions of rows yo go down the road. this is just something that they captured in baltimore.
still an open case. rich for insurance premiums on the health care exchange are going way up -- rates for insurance premium on the health care exchange are going way up. but your premiums may be staying the same. >> the headlines are accurate. >> reporter: that only tells part of the story. >> eight out of 10 people in arizona that purchased their plan through the marketplace will see no increase or only a small increase. >> he's with the arizona alliance for community insurance. he says as prices go up so do government subsidies that cut costs and that you may quality to receive. >> it cushions the spikes. >> and families with children under age 18 may save by moving their kids to different plans. >> the families who make too much for access reopen in september. if you make too much for subsidies all together your best bet could be going through
so you may have a better chance to finding a lower cost plan. >> and those insurance broker services are free. you should apply for help, you could be eligible. go to abc15.com. click on sections of let joe know. i'm investigator joe ducey. you have a problem, let me know. >> from the live desk, first he didn't travel with the team now he's off the team entirely. the new york giants releasing kicker josh brown after the telling the abusive relationship with his former wife. john has announced the move earlier on twitter last week. a sheriff's office releasing documents that john abused his wife. he apologized for the frenzy caused by all of this and he says he's taking measures to get help. >> let's be honest nobody likes a tie and it doesn't help
instead of sitting at 4-3. worse yet according to team rankings.com. the cards chances of making the play offs has dropped to just 52.7%. the website gives the cards little margin for error especially since they'll have to win seven of their last nine games just to reach 10 wins. 10 wins may not be good enough for a spot in the play offs. >> i was thinking it would have a good shot of getting the tie breaker. it does. sometimes it can help you and you never know. it's not a division loss. so i've seen it help teams and we'll have to wait and see. >> right now they're in 11th place in the n fc. not good. >> i think we've jinxed it. >> the whole country.
>> the documentary. >> still no chance. let's take a look at what's happening out there. no chances railroad rain font. front. the jet stream taking the next system pushing it too far to the north for us to see any action from it here in arizona. high pressure builds in instead. this is going to keep the forecast mostly sunny and dry for the next seven days. it's also going to warm things up significantly toward the end of the week. right now we're in 90 and glendale. temperatures tonight here in phoenix down into the mid-80s and that 7:00 hour. low 80s at 8:00 and 80 degrees mild and clear at 9:00 this evening. overnight, down to 70 degrees. then tomorrow, 94 so about a 2 degrees warm up tomorrow and getting even warmer as we get into thursday. here's the hour by hour. 70s in the morning through 6:00, 7:00 and 8:00 a.m. a few high thin clouds. mostly sunny conditions.
degrees at 4:00 tomorrow. down into the mid-80s by 8:00 tomorrow night. outdoor activities look great especially in the morning. make sure the highs -- still in the moderate range for ozone and pollen that's going to remain moderate to high as we go through the next several days going to about a seven on thursday. which is also when the heat is going to peak on thursday. so take that into consideration if you're going to be outside for prescott, and sedona. unseasonably warm up there too. prescott at 77. flagstaff 68. sedona at 80. by the end of the week, rain chances all be it slight will be back in the forecast for that higher terrain. friday and even going into
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to flap their hands. and so when i saw that, that was completely disqualifying. i'm a republican, but this election is so much bigger than party. my son max can't live in trump world. so i'm crossing party lines and voting for hillary. i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. and she's smart. she can work with people to solve problems.
traffic. the hov lanes pretty affected here. all over lanes back open. no word on injuriewith this crash. the loop 202 eastbound at van buren. right now repairs on the way at this living facility. this one is tragic. a a 96-year-old man killed when this car smashed into the building. police say he was asleep in a room when it happened. they say the 53-year-old driver ran a stop sign, went off the road wall. he's now facing manslaughter charges. >> a developing election story in florida tonight. and this one involves snow boards and voting. election officials are concerned they're floating in their home state then coming to florida and voting a second time. the concerns of double voting has surfaced now that voting is on the way in the sunshine state. casting a vote twice is illegal in florida. but officials are having a hard time tracking that.
get a data base and we put them all together, we may be able to catch people who are voting twice but we have no way to check it. >> the punishment if you get busted could cost you five years behind bars. >> no matter who you're rooting for in the world series, the valley will come out on top. the historic match upbringing historically millions of dollars to arizona for spring training. that's coming up. warding off the green with the green. who's putting you love all-day breakfast. i love all-day breakfast. but you don't love that you can't get all your favorites all day. i don't love that. but now you're gonna love that you can get more all day. like mcgriddles. i love mcgriddles... so you'll have to find something else to not love. hey buddy! like exploding fist bumps. pggggggghew! or forgetting what you're about to do. wait...what was i about to do? or when people who say you look like... james lipton. oh man...it's uncanny.
police now investigating. new tonight, world series fever running high as game one gets under way. even though the action is in cleveland the excitement is giving the valley's economy a huge boost. joe bartell shows us what it means in dollars and cents. >> who do we like the cubs right. >> the world series might be 2,000 miles away but come springtime. both teams will be in our backyard. >> my father passed away two years ago. he was 94 years old and never saw a world series winner. >> langer and his family are ready for chicago to take it all after a 108 year drought. >> i think it's going to be amazing for number one for a local economy. i know the cubs were thinking about moving. >> poised to cash in on a potential world series win taking a slice of the half billion dollars pie that cactus spring league spring training pumps into arizona's economy.
local economy. that's huge. that's people spending money in hotels, car rental. shopping, eating everything in our area. >> goodyear ballpark home to the cleveland indians rakes in on impact. the phone is ringing nonstop for world series gear and season tickets for spring training next year. joe bartell's, abc15 news. we did uncover a bit of world series none of those ballparks have any world series gear. they might get a shipment friday but that team shop in mesa. the county board of supervisors is giving the council time to get a new deal.
premiums soaring 22% next year. three times the increase this year. for arizona, even higher since there are fewer plans in our state. today the health and human services secretary said most people will not be affected. she says 150 million have employer insurance, 700 million have medicaid and 55 million are on medicare. she says 85% of them have tax credits or subsidies to help out. >> we know that there are last year for folks who came back on the marketplace and actually shopped, the average savings was $500. and so, shopping on the marketplace is going to be an important part even for those who don't have subsidies. >> you can start looking at those plans right now open enrollment begins one week from today. >> two weeks from today, your voice, your vote. who will be leading our country. arizona playing a big role as a critical swing state. right now donald trump and
statistical tie here. a new dartmouth university poll shows them separated by one point. it comes a week after an asu poll shows clinton up by five points. both candidates have stopped personally raising money for their campaigns instead hitting the road in a final push for votes. today clinton made her last fund raising stop in miami while trump attended his last major fundraiser last week in las vegas. >> now to the political battle to turn arizona green. we're talking about recreational marijuana. to sway your vote. melissa blasius has what they hope to gain. >> reporter: $8.5 million has been raised between both sides. the anti recreational team getting huge late injections of cash. sheldon adelson just gave half a million dollars. >> it could be that they only
state. i really don't know. >> major players in arizona also funding the opposition this month. >> it's hard to blame them if you're on a big equipment company and you got the risk of someone being high while they're driving your machine, legally high. >> on the propot side, the marijuana industry is the biggest donor. no melissa blasius. >> 50 yes signs have been stolen. some 24 hours after being put out. volunteers have set up perimeters hoping to catch the thieves red handed. with the election so close all eyes are turning to the sheriff's race. now the charges have been officially filed. the story we've been following here on the abc15 live desk since 4:00. this stems from a racial profiling case when sheriff joe
to stop profiling latinos. his campaign saying this tonight, quote it is clear from the timing that the department of justice is merely a political tool of a corrupt administration. justice plays no part in this department's actions and clear political motivation. meantime an arizona lawmaker admitting to her crime changing her plea a misdemeanor count. it's demolition time in wickenburg. one home gone and more to go. crews began work today to remove all the homes damaged by flooding last year. we're told the residents accepted a relocation package. this effort will help lower the flood risk over all. the work continues through november. here in the valley, mostly sunny and dry day today as we take a look at your most accurate forecast.
temperatures dropping down into the 80s across much of the valley. mesa and good year both at 80 degrees. that's coming off the high today in phoenix of 92. so here's this evening, mid-80s through 7:00. low 80s through 8:00 and 9:00 p.m. a very nice night ahead. but high pressure is making the combat. and another big warm up is coming our way. with more records in jeopardy. we're going to take you day by day through your seven day forecast coming up. ashes to ashes, okay. just don't spread them around. the vatican issuing new rules tonight. >> you check in your bags then they're out of sight. >> and escaping for a shot at freedom. but he didn't get very far. wait until you look - i supported joe arpaio for a lot of years... but lately, he spends so much time on tv or in court defending himself that he's not doing his job. he failed to serve warrants for violent crimes.
catholics who want to be cremated. they cannot be scattered, separated among loved ones or kept at home. instead, they should be kept in church. a rescue at sea off the coast of a 55-year-old man calling in distress after his boat capsized. some tense moments in a zoo in kansas when a orangutan escaped his enclosure. zoogoers spotted it just
trying to blend in with the zoogoers. the orangutan went back into his enclosure on his own. we're doing the work so you don't have to. our smart shopper team got to the groceries early and we reveal the best deals. >> the 21st day in a row at 90 or more this month. we tied the record. we're not going to
tie this one for the most ever of october. because there's just not enough days left in the month so thank you god for that one.
levels. federal investigators have been piecing together clues since then saying the bad tires means the 1996 bus could have been taken out of service despite that discovery, ntsb says it'll take a year to finish the investigation and determine the exact cause. an unusual scare in the skies when only the crew members on a british airways plane got sick not any passengers. the flight from san francisco to london diverted to vancouver. no clear information on what caused it. it's getting easier to get checked bags. delta releasing a tracking tool. >> following uber's lead, lyft begins testing memberships. the plan includes $20 up front for $2 rides or $29 for all of
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sharing their journey. i'm the ultimate fan steve. i got that one. >> i know sign up. >> i know i know we're not even to the half way point now but let's be honest. three wins isn't what any of us expected and that tie sunday night is indicative of what this season has been like. the next two games are critical. this week against the panthers and then the niners gives them at least a shot at get five wins. after that it gets really tough. back to back road games between the vickings and falcons isn't going to be easy. bottom line the next four games are all critical. the good news is we'll know how things are going within the next three weeks or so. at this point, i wouldn't bet the farm on a play off spot. they may not need any luck but they got it any way in the way of dirt. that's what the manager sent to cleveland before the series
indians last won a championship game back in 1998. the indians historian says the dirt will find a new home inside the bob feller exhibit. no doubt this world series match up is the hottest ticket around. some fans willing to do anything for a seat like this restaurant. the author free cheese sticks for life in exchange for two tickets at wrigley field. >> that could be worth something. >> for life. >> a whole lifetime. >> some t three, that's a lot of cheese stakes. >> and 1,800 the cheapest one, standing room only. >> i can't believe that. these are like, people could buy a new car. >> a new car. >> or a ticket to get out of here. >> this is going to be a series for the books. humidity at 27%. it's a nice night here in the
especially the high. we're seeing mid-80s after the sunset. 7:00p.m. that gives you a little perspective on this heat. to 80 by 9:00 p.m. tonight. then we'll see upper 70s in play. right now 89 degrees in glendale. 85 in tempe. scotsdale is at 86. cape creek a little cooler after this hour they're already down into the 70s. and as we look farther up to the north temperatures in the mid-60s in prescott and tempe. here's tonight. skies much clearer than they were last night. these lo we're not expecting freezes. upper 30s for flagstaff. the grand canyon. show low down to 44 tonight. 46 in winslow. 47 in prescott and 60s out to the west and southwest. here's tomorrow. back in the 90s across our central desert for phoenix about 2 degrees hotter tomorrow than where we ended up today. 94 will be our high. that's 9 degrees below normal. sedona at 80.
state. futurecast keeps things quiet here through the middle of the week as high pressure returns. no rain chances in sight for tomorrow or thursday across the state. instead it's just incredibly warm temperatures we'll start out in the mid-70s. right around 8:00 a.m. by lunchtime upper 80s a few high thin clouds here and there possible. by 5:00 low 90s in play. here's the forecast city by city across the valley. some skies farther to the we'll escape the 90s but just barely. scottsdale is going to hit 93. so will mesa and queen creek. sky harbor down to 70 but that's typically our warmest spot in the overnight forecast. here's tomorrow out to the west. 94 in glendale and avondale. wickenburg 89, temperatures get hotter around thursday and for phoenix another 98 degrees high would tie thursday's record. we drop about 5 degrees for friday and the weekend. we are going to see another low
least for this point at the valley. we will see a few isolated showers up north. temperatures will still be well below average even into halloween. >> st. mary's food bank tells us they've gotten a whopping $96,000-pound in donations. all part of we care foundation. you bring four canned items tomorrow and you get free admission between noon and 6:00. speakingf live without it but you don't have to go broke buying it. our smart shopper team secured the ads to help you save. danielle learning has the deals. >> reporter: now is the time to stack up for soda because it's on sale at both safeway and basha's. four for $8.88 happening on
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it's not uncommon for autistic kids to flap their hands. and so when i saw that, that was completely disqualifying. i'm a republican, but this election is so much bigger than party. my son max can't live in trump world. so i'm crossing party lines and voting for hillary. i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. and she's smart. she can work with people to solve problems.
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